French Country homes, sometimes called "French Provincial" style, are normally square and symmetrical. The design resembles a small manor home-with variations ranging from modest farmhouse to estate-like chateau. The exterior includes massive hipped roofs, with tall second floor windows that sometimes break through the roof cornice. Interior features include arched openings, beams and stone and iron accents. Matching doors incorporate arched elements, including a variety of top rail arch and flat arch door styles.